According to WebMD, toe joint pain can be caused by gout, arthritis, bunions, and hammer or claw toes. Gout, an inflammatory condition that causes painful crystal deposits in the joints that result in severe swelling and... More »

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Joint pain can be caused by several conditions including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, strains and sprains. Pain can present as a mild irritation or be seriously debilitating, says WebMD. More »

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There are several factors that can cause thumb joint pain or basal joint arthritis, such as joint ligament laxity, fracture and injury, according to University of Washington Medicine. This type of arthritis is more commo... More »

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Metatarsalgia, Morton's neuroma, sesamoiditis, hammer toe and claw toe all cause pain in the toes and ball of the foot, explains WebMD. Arthritis and gout can also cause toe pain. Neuropathy, trauma and tendinitis can ca... More »

Some causes of finger joint pain include arthritis, injury, repetitive activity, gout, dislocation, infections and tumors. Individuals should pay a visit to the doctor if the pain persists after 1 week of home treatment,... More »

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Sudden foot and toe pain may be caused by arthritis, a bunion, hammer toe or claw toe, according to WebMD. Other causes of sudden foot and toe pain include ingrown toenails and turf toe. More »

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Aside from podagra or an extreme tenderness and pain in a big toe joint, symptoms of gout include impaired movement in the joint, a purplish or red appearance around the joint, and an itching and peeling of the skin as t... More »

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